Berkhamsted Cricket Club Development (3rd XI) squad

Development (3rd XI)

Captain : David Chrispin

Back out of retirement once again but for how long....until Daniel outscores him on a regular basis!
Ian Campbell
A loyal club man, Ian "Ollie" Campbell is capable of heroics on the pitch. His batting is always interesting and he doesn't lack confidence. His leg-spin bowling has evolved over time, and is very effective. Enjoyed an incredible spell in the 1st XI last summer.
Matt Dale
First year back playing after 20 years out!
Peter Dudley
Skipper of the 3rd XI and well and truly into veteran territory now, bats with a straight bat and is of the old school 'build an innings'. He hit a six once.

Bowls wobbly slow-medium, useful on slow sticky pitches but usually a recipe for increasing the run rate on a decent surface.
Toby Gribbin
Won the 2nd XI Player of the Year award in his first season at the club and 2015 has seen him promoted to the 1st XI.

Achieved one of his 2014 goals by purchasing a car and is still chasing another...a maiden 50. 
George Lewarne
Aggressive middle order batsman and medium pace bowler, George captains the U15s.   He also plays for West Herts Area team where  he has scored 3 fifties in last 2 seasons.  Made debut for 3rd team in 2012 
Jacob Lewarne
Very reliable medium pace bowler, loves cricket and cricket teas, batted out 20 overs for a draw last season at Northwood Town.
Mark Lewarne
Has captained 3s and 4s in recent seasons, bowls non-spinning offbreaks, working on a doosra should be ready by 2020 season.  Bats down the order with an assortment of broken bats handed down by his kids.  Loves fielding and post match beers and burgers.

Jamie Lewis
A gritty northerner who is so well settled in the area, after his move in 2012, the locals refer to him as Mr. Berko now.

Started life as an opener and now fulfilling a Paul Collingwood like role in the middle-order and in the field where he has anointed himself the team's one and only 'A-team' fielder.

One of the biggest contributors to the team's fines fund.
Ross Todd
Father of Joshua and Oliver
James Wyatt
New to the club in 2012, James is a very useful middle order batsman who is starting to become our own Michael Bevan.

Living in Egypt now, he graces us with his presence when on holiday in the town and has added some much needed experience to the team. Still fancies himself as a spinning option but has found the door well and truly closed with the return to prominence of one, Steve Dight.

The only other member of the teams 'A-team' fielding group, he is the current title holder of the handbag award.

The only man we know that owns a pair of lemon coloured chinos and is willing to admit it.
Performance history